2013 Chevrolet Captiva Sport Fleet

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$24,225-$25,010
$23,014-$23,760
22 CITY / 28 HWY
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Overview

The 2013 Chevrolet Captiva Sport is a 5-passenger compact crossover that offers consumers plenty of great features at an attractive price.
2016,
2016,The Captiva Sport is offered in LS and LT models, with four trim packages available, including the all-wheel-drive LTZ. The LS models are powered by a 182-hp Ecotec 2.4L direct-injected 4-cylinder engine, while LT and LTZ models come standard with a 264-hp 3.0L direct-injected V6. Both engines are mated to an efficient 6-speed automatic transmission. Front-wheel drive is standard on LS and LT, while LTZ models employ all-wheel drive.
2016,
2016,Standard amenities include front bucket seats with passenger side fold-down, a 60/40 split folding rear seat, air conditioning, cruise control, remote keyless entry, tilt/telescopic steering column with steering wheel stereo controls and Bluetooth hands-free connectivity.
2016,
2016,Available options include leather-appointed seating, heated front seats, power sunroof, a premium sound system, remote start, a rearview camera, automatic climate control and a towing package.
2016,
2016,All Captiva Sports come with excellent standard safety features such as dual-stage front and side-impact airbags for driver and front passenger, head curtain side-impact airbags for front and rear outboard passengers, StabiliTrak stability control with traction control and electronic trailer sway control, a tire-pressure monitor and OnStar with six months of turn-by-turn navigation.

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